He could be qualified for an occupational license in Texas. The problem may be that North Carolina just went through some old files which is why the license issue just popped up. Most states will honor the license suspension from another state. Contact a North Carolina lawyer for their opinion.
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I would hire a DUI attorney in North Carolina to straighten this out. It will all have to be resolved there. In the meantime, he may qualify for an occupational DL in Texas. Contact a local defense attorney on this issue.
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